Ohio State’s victory in the first championship game of the College Football Playoff produced ESPN’s highest overnight rating ever.
DISH Network announced Monday at the Consumer Electronics Show that it will be launching an online streaming service with channels including ESPN, Disney Channel and CNN.
“I love ESPN, guys, I love it,” Beilein said, “but when they told me that the game was being moved back 15 minutes — something is wrong.”
Here are five interesting moments in sports you may have missed this week.
How can you not love when there is an awkward beef? Especially when it is done via social media.
College GameDay host Chris Fowler had some words for those who think that ESPN and the new College Football Playoff selection committee might be biased enough to pick two SEC teams this winter.
Going into the season, this might not be where you would think the Wolverines and Spartans should be ranked.
The rankings might surprise you, especially if you thought that the defending conference champion and Rose Bowl-winning Spartans were the best team in the Big Ten.
That’s the quickest I have seen someone lose a million bucks.
Smith’s commentary occurred during a discussion on ESPN2’s “First Take” last Friday about the NFL’s two-game suspension of Ray Rice.